is the partner in charge. His key practice areas are those relating to intellectual property, funding/capital and market behaviour and activities. Che-Hung Chen continues to practise in cases relating to data protection, and is currently handling a series of trade secret cases involving the protection of R&D data. Although there are limited professional bodies that relate to the practice of data protection law specifically, he is a frequent participant in activities relating thereto.
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